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Grateful Dead Live at Fox Theater on 1980-04-29




Set 1:
1. Tuning
2. Jack Straw
3. Friend Of The Devil
4. Mama Tried >
5. Mexicali Blues
6. Peggy-O
7. Passenger
8. Brown Eyed Women
9. Far From Me
10. The Music Never Stopped

Set 2:
1. Tuning
2. Don't Ease Me In
3. New Minglewood Blues
4. Ramble On Rose
5. Lost Sailor >
6. Saint Of Circumstance >
7. Terrapin Station >
8. Almost Playing Jam >
9. Drums >
10. Space >
11. I Need A Miracle >
12. Bertha >
13. Good Lovin'

Encore
1. U.S. Blues


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Venue Fox Theater
Location Atlanta, GA

Source 2 x Nakamichi CM-700 [15 dB Attenuation Pad] > Sony TC-D5M > MAC
Lineage MAC > Nakamichi DR-1 > Benchmark ADC-1 > AES > Sound Devices 722 > WAV [24/96]
Taped by Barry Glassberg and Robert Wagner
Transferred by A. Egert and B. Koucky

Notes

Mastering Notes
- Software applied - WaveLab 5.0 > iZotope Ozone 3 > CD Wave Editor 1.9 > FLAC [Level 8]
- Peaks lowered slightly with Nomad Limiting Amplifier, along with slight RMS level increase.
- Processed about 100 handclaps to reduce their relative decibel level, most noticeably at the beginning of s1t03.
- s2t02 - Beginning of "Lost Sailor" was cut and faded in.
- No patch sources were used.
- Cross-fades were applied at tape flips before at pauses between songs when necessary.

Notes
- s1t03 - Slightly noticeable stuttering effect during "Friend Of The Devil" due to processing of handclaps during mastering; mainly noticeable during beginning of song.
- s2t02 - Missing lyrics "Compass card is spinning" and some amount of instrumental lead-in at beginning of "Lost Sailor".
- s2t04 - Jerry vocal problems during "Terrapin Station", going into the fifth verse after the first lead guitar solo. Jerry either blanks out or there's a technical issue. They play the complete verse phrasing, plus some - but with instruments only - then recover and Jerry does the lyrics.

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